Which one is Your Favorite? Comparison of NON-Alcoholic Drinks!

Hello everyone, I’m Mireille.

The other day, I went to a medical check-up.
Almost every employee receives a medical check-up in Japan every year. (I will write a blog about the medical check-up situation in Japan later)

The clinic tells you not to drink alcohol the day before the medical check-up.
However, as a beer lover (!) and drinking beer every day (!!), it is difficult to refrain from beer, so I drank NON-alcoholic beer.
So today, I would like to introduce to you my favorite Japanese non-alcoholic drinks!
If you are a driver of a car in Japan or you want to drink alcohol (like me) but you can’t for some reason, please check it out!

So are you ready? Let’s go!

① Non-alcoholic beer

This drink achieved three zeros: zero alcohol, zero calories, and zero sugar!
This is the first “All-FREE” brand drink that focuses on visceral fat, newly released on July 16, 2020.
This beer is added Tyriloside derived from rose hips, which has been reported that it has functions to reduce visceral fat.

I want to recommend for those who are uneasy about their health but love beer.

And how’s the taste?  The taste is very good!

② Non-alcoholic sour

のんある気分;Non-aru kibun

There are 6 series in total, and one of the attractions is that you can enjoy various tastes according to your moods, such as grapefruit sour, Kyoho, white sour, blackcurrant orange, plum wine, and salty dog.

You can enjoy the taste of real sour. Because it also has zero calories and sugar, you can enjoy the atmosphere of sake even when you cannot drink.


③Non-alcoholic plum wine

酔わないウメッシュ;Yowanai umeshu
They use 100% of ripe Nanko plum that was collected at a contract farm in Wakayama prefecture, where is a famous place of plum production.

As you can feel the taste of plum, you can drink it as if you were drinking plum wine with soda.

How was it? I couldn’t introduce to you all but there are various non-alcoholic drinks such as non-alcoholic cocktails, non-alcoholic Japanese sake, non-alcoholic shochu, non-alcoholic highball, etc. So if you like, please try Japanese non-alcoholic drinks when you come to Japan. !!